CLASS B - PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY. RELIGION

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1 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION OUTLINE CLASS B - PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY. RELIGION (Click each subclass for details) Subclass B Subclass BC Subclass BD Subclass BF Subclass BH Subclass BJ Subclass BL Subclass BM Subclass BP Subclass BQ Subclass BR Subclass BS Subclass BT Subclass BV Subclass BX Philosophy () Logic Speculative philosophy Psychology Aesthetics Ethics Religions. Mythology. Rationalism Judaism Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc. Buddhism Christianity The Bible Doctrinal Theology Practical Theology Christian Denominations

2 Subclass B B Philosophy () B69-99 works B By period Including individual philosophers and schools of philosophy B Ancient B Medieval B Renaissance B Modern B Special topics and schools of philosophy B By region or country B By religion

3 Subclass BC BC1-199 BC11-39 BC25-39 BC60-99 BC Logic History By period works Special topics

4 Subclass BD BD BD10-41 BD BD BD BD BD Speculative philosophy philosophical works Metaphysics Epistemology. Theory of knowledge Methodology Ontology Including being, the soul, life, death Cosmology Including teleology, space and time, structure of matter, plurality of worlds

5 Subclass BF BF1-990 BF38-64 BF BF BF BF203 BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF BF Psychology Philosophy. Relation to other topics Psychoanalysis Psychological tests and testing Experimental psychology Gestalt psychology Psychotropic drugs and other substances Sensation. Aesthesiology Consciousness. Cognition Including learning, attention, comprehension, memory, imagination, genius, intelligence, thought and thinking, psycholinguistics, mental fatigue Motivation Affection. Feeling. Emotion Will. Volition. Choice. Control Applied psychology New Thought. Menticulture, etc. Comparative psychology. Animal and human psychology Psychology of sex. Sexual behavior Differential psychology. Individuality. Self Personality Genetic psychology Developmental psychology Including infant psychology, child psychology, adolescence, adulthood Class psychology Temperament. Character Physiognomy. Phrenology Graphology. Study of handwriting The hand. Palmistry Parapsychology Psychic research. Psychology of the conscious Hallucinations. Sleep. Dreaming. Visions Hypnotism. Suggestion. Mesmerism. Subliminal projection Telepathy. Mind reading. Thought transference Spiritualism Including mediumship, spirit messages, clairvoyance Occult sciences Ghosts. Apparitions. Hauntings Demonology. Satanism. Possession Witchcraft Magic. Hermetics. Necromancy Astrology Oracles. Sibyls. Divinations Seers. Prophets. Prophecies Fortune-telling Human-alien encounters. Contact between humans and extraterrestrials

6 Subclass BH BH1-301 BH BH301 Aesthetics History Special topics

7 Subclass BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ BJ1388 BJ BJ1392 BJ1395 BJ BJ1725 BJ BJ BJ BJ2195 Ethics History and general works Including individual ethical philosophers Religious ethics Evolutionary and genetic ethics Positivist ethics Socialist ethics Communist ethics Totalitarian ethics Feminist ethics Individual ethics. Character. Virtue Including practical and applied ethics, conduct of life, vices, success, ethics for children Ethics of social groups, classes, etc. Professional ethics Social usages. Etiquette Etiquette of entertaining Etiquette of travel Telephone etiquette

8 Subclass BL BL BL1-50 BL51-65 BL70-71 BL BL74-99 BL BL BL200 BL BL217 BL218 BL220 BL221 BL BL BL270 BL290 BL BL BL410 BL BL430 BL BL458 BL460 BL BL BL BL BL BL630-(632.5) BL BL660 BL685 BL687 BL BL BL BL BL BL BL1050 BL1055 BL1060 BL BL BL Religions. Mythology. Rationalism Religion () Philosophy of religion. Psychology of religion. Religion in relation to other subjects Sacred books () Biography Religions of the world Natural theology Theism Nature and attributes of Deity Polytheism Dualism Pantheism Monotheism Creation. Theory of the earth Religion and science Unity and plurality The soul The myth. Comparative mythology Classification of religions Religions in relation to one another Religious doctrines () Origins of religion Nature worship Women in comparative religion Sex worship. Phallicism Worship of human beings Other Eschatology Worship. Cultus Religious life Religious organization History and principles of religions Indo-European. Aryan Ural-Altaic Mediterranean region European. Occidental Classical (Etruscan, Greek, Roman) Germanic and Norse Other European Asian. Oriental Northern and Central Asia Southern and Eastern Asia Southwestern Asia. Asia Minor. Levant Hinduism Religious education

9 BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL1595 BL BL BL1610 BL BL BL1630 BL1635 BL BL1650 BL BL BL1675 BL BL1695 BL1710 BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL Antiquities. Archaeology. Inscriptions Sacred books. Sources Vedic texts Purānas. Tantric texts Hindu literature By region or country Doctrines. Theology Hindu pantheon. Deities Religious life Monasteries. Temples, etc. Modifications. Sects Vaishnavism Jainism Sacred books. Sources Jain literature Jaina pantheon. Deities Forms of worship Modifications, etc. Zoroastrianism (Mazdeism). Parseeism Yezidis Semitic religions Aramean Sumerian Assyro-Babylonian Chaldean Harranian. Pseudo-Sabian Syrian. Palestinian. Samaritan Hebrew For Judaism, see subclass BM Phoenician. Carthaginian, etc. Canaanite Moabite. Philistine Arabian (except Islam) Druses Ethiopian By region or country China Confucianism Taoism India Sikhism Japan Shinto Korea African Egyptian American For American Indians, see classes E-F Pacific Ocean islands. Oceania

10 BL2670 BL Arctic regions Rationalism

11 Subclass BM BM1-990 BM1-449 BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM529 BM BM BM BM BM BM BM646 BM648 BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM BM Judaism Study and teaching History By region or country Pre-Talmudic Jewish literature (non-biblical) Sources of Jewish religion. Rabbinical literature Talmudic literature Mishnah Palestinian Talmud Babylonian Talmud Baraita Tosefta Midrash Halacha Cabala Jewish tradition Relation of Judaism to special subject fields Religions Principles of Judaism () Controversial works against the Jews Jewish works against Christianity and Islam Dogmatic Judaism Heresy, heresies Apologetics Practical Judaism Priests, rabbis, etc. Congregations. Synagogues The tabernacle. The temple Forms of worship Liturgy and ritual Festivals and fasts Rites and customs Jewish way of life. Spiritual life. Mysticism. Personal religion. Moral theology Preaching. Homiletics Biography Samaritans

12 Subclass BP BP1-610 BP1-253 BP1-68 BP42-48 BP50-68 BP70-80 BP BP87-89 BP100-(157) BP BP BP BP BP BP BP165.5 BP BP167.5 BP168 BP169 BP170 BP170.2 BP BP BP BP BP BP182 BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP232 BP BP BP BP BP Islam. Bahai Faith. Theosophy, etc. Islam Study and teaching History Biography Muh. ammad, Prophet, d. 632 Islamic literature Sacred books Koran Special parts and chapters Works about the Koran Hadith literature. Traditions. Sunna Koranic and other Islamic legends works on Islam Dogma ( Aq~ id) Theology (Kal~m) Heresy, heresies, heretics Apostasy from Islam Works against Islam and the Koran Works in defense of Islam. Islamic apologetics Benevolent work. Social work. Welfare work, etc. Missionary work of Islam Relation of Islam to other religions Islamic sociology The practice of Islam The five duties of a Moslem. Pillars of Islam Jihad (Holy War) Religious ceremonies, rites, etc. Special days and seasons, fasts, feasts, festivals, etc. Relics Shrines, sacred places, etc. Islamic religious life Devotional literature Sufism. Mysticism. Dervishes Monasticism Branches, sects, etc. Shiites Black Muslims Moorish Science Temple of America Nurculuk Bahai Faith Theosophy Anthroposophy Other beliefs and movements

13 Subclass BQ BQ BQ1-10 BQ12-93 BQ96-99 BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ128 BQ130 BQ133 BQ135 BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ4570 BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ Buddhism Periodicals. Yearbooks () Societies, councils, associations, clubs, etc. Financial institutions. Trusts Congresses. Conferences () Directories () Museums. Exhibitions collections. Collected works Encyclopedias () Dictionaries () Terminology Questions and answers. Maxims () Religious education () Research Antiquities. Archaeology Literary discoveries Inscriptions, etc. History Persecutions Biography Collective Individual Gautama Buddha Other Buddhist literature Tripiṭ aka (Canonical literature) works Doctrinal and systematic Buddhism Special doctrines Special topics and relations to special subjects Relation to other religious and philosophical systems Buddhist pantheon Practice of Buddhism. Forms of worship Ceremonies and rites. Ceremonial rules Hymns. Chants. Recitations Altar, liturgical objects, ornaments, memorials, etc. Vestments, altar cloths, etc. Liturgical functions Symbols and symbolism Temple. Temple organization Buddhist ministry. Priesthood. Organization Education and training Preaching Religious life Precepts for laymen Devotional literature. Meditations. Prayers Devotion. Meditation. Prayer Spiritual life. Mysticism. Englightenment. Perfection Festivals. Days and seasons

14 BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ BQ Folklore Miracle literature Benevolent work. Social work. Welfare work, etc. Missionary work Monasticism and monastic life Samgha. (Order) Asceticism. Hermits. Wayfaring life Monasteries. Temples. Shrines. Sites Pilgrims and pilgrimages Modifications, schools, etc. Therav~da (Hinayana) Buddhism Mahayana Buddhism Tibetan Buddhism (Lamaism) Bonpo (Sect) Special modifications, sects, etc. Pure Land Buddhism Tantric Buddhism Zen Buddhism

15 Subclass BR BR BR60-67 BR115 BR BR BR BR BR280 BR BR BR BR BR BR1610 BR BR1620 BR Christianity Early Christian literature. Fathers of the Church, etc. Christianity in relation to special subjects Christian antiquities. Archaeology. Museums History By period Early and medieval Renaissance. Renaissance and Reformation Modern period Luther, Martin By region or country Persecution. Martyrs Dissent Tolerance and toleration Liberalism Sacrilege (History) Biography

16 Subclass BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS315 BS325 BS335 BS345 BS350 BS355 BS BS BS BS BS BS580 BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS The Bible Early versions Modern texts and versions English Other European languages Non-European languages Asian languages African languages Languages of Oceania and Australasia American Indian languages Mixed languages Artificial languages Works about the Bible Criticism and interpretation The Bible as literature Bible stories. Paraphrases of Bible stories. The Bible story Men, women, and children of the Bible Individual Old Testament characters Study and teaching Prophecy Bible and science Bible and social sciences Old Testament Early versions Modern texts and versions Selections. Quotations Works about the Old Testament Criticism and interpretation Special parts of the Old Testament New Testament Early texts and versions Modern texts and versions Selections. Quotations Works about the New Testament Criticism and interpretation The teachings of Jesus Men, women, and children of the New Testament Study and teaching Special parts of the New Testament Epistles of Paul

17 Subclass BT BT BT19-37 BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT580 BT587 BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT BT Doctrinal Theology Doctrine and dogma Judaism Divine law. Moral government God Doctrine of the Trinity Holy Spirit. The Paraclete Revelation Divine attributes Christology Life of Christ Miracles. Apparitions. Shrines, sanctuaries, images, processions, etc. Relics Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ. Mariology Miracles. Apparitions. Shrines, sanctuaries, images, processions, etc. Creation Salvation. Soteriology Eschatology. Last things Future state. Future life Invisible world (saints, demons, etc.) Creeds, confessions, covenants, etc. Catechisms Apologetics. Evidences of Christianity History of specific doctrines and movements. Heresies and schisms

18 Subclass BV BV BV5-530 BV BV43-64 BV65-70 BV BV BV BV BV200 BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV Practical Theology Worship (Public and private) Times and seasons. The Church year Feast days Saints days Fasts Lord s Day. Sunday. Sabbath Christian symbols and symbolism Liturgy and ritual Family worship Prayer Hymnology Denominational and special types of hymnbooks in English Hymns in languages other than English Ecclesiastical theology The Church Church and state City churches The rural church. The church and country life Church polity Church management. Efficiency Mass media and telecommunication in religion Ministry. Clergy. Religious vocations Parish. Congregation. The local church Church finance. Church property Sacraments. Ordinances Baptism Holy Communion. Lord s Supper. Eucharist Marriage Penance Shrines. Holy places Religious societies, associations, etc. Religious societies of men, brotherhoods, etc. Young Men s Christian Associations Religious societies of women Young Women s Christian Associations Religious education () Social life, recreation, etc., in the church Missions Special churches Roman Catholic Church Protestant churches Special types of missions Missions in individual countries Evangelism. Revivals Pastoral theology Education Training for the ordained ministry Training for lay workers

19 BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV BV5099 Preaching. Homiletics Sermons Personal life of the clergy Practical church work. Social work. Work of the layman Practical religion. The Christian life Religious duties Moral theology Sins and vices Virtues Precepts from the Bible Precepts of the Church. Commandments of the Church Works of meditation and devotion Works of consolation and cheer Conversion literature Asceticism Mysticism Quietism

20 Subclass BX BX BX1-9.5 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX729.5 BX BX BX BX840 BX841 BX845 BX847 BX BX BX BX BX BX1756 BX BX BX BX BX BX1969 BX Christian Denominations Church unity. Ecumenical movement. Interdenominational cooperation Eastern churches. Oriental churches Armenian Church Coptic Church Ethiopic or Abyssinian Church Nestorian, Chaldean, or East Syrian Church St. Thomas Christians. Malabar Christians. Mar Thoma Syrian Church Syrian or Jacobite Church Maronite Church Orthodox Eastern Church Divisions of the church Patriarchates of the East. Melchites Church of Cyprus Russian Church Church of Greece Orthodox Church in Austria and Hungary Bulgarian Church Georgian Church Montenegrin Church Romanian Church Serbian Church. Yugoslav Church Orthodox Eastern Church, Macedonian Orthodox Eastern Church, Ukrainian Orthodox Church in other regions or countries Catholic Church Periodicals. Societies, councils, congresses, etc. Museums. Exhibitions Dictionaries. Encyclopedias Directories. Yearbooks Atlases Documents collected works Study and teaching History Including lives of popes Theology. Doctrine. Dogmatics Sermons Controversial works Catholic Church and other churches Catholic Church and the state Government and organization Creeds and catechisms Forms of worship. Catholic practice Liturgy and ritual

21 BX BX BX BX BX2312 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX4700 BX BX BX BX4737 BX4740 BX BX BX4795 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX5133 BX BX BX BX BX BX Prayers and devotions Meditations. Devotional readings. Spiritual exercises, etc. Sacraments Sacramentals Images Relics. Shrines. Pilgrimages. Processions Saints. Hagiology Practical religion. Christian life Religious life. Religious state Monasticism. Religious orders Religious orders of men Religious orders of women Churches, cathedrals, abbeys (as parish churches), etc. Biography and portraits Collective Saints and martyrs Individual Saints Eastern churches in communion with Rome. Catholics of the Oriental rites. Uniats Dissenting sects other than Protestant Jansenists French schisms of the 19th century German Catholics Old Catholics Independent Catholic Churches Other Protestantism Pre-Reformation Waldenses and Albigenses Lollards. Wycliffites Hussites Bohemian Brethren Post-Reformation Anabaptists Plain People Anglican Communion () Church of England History. Local divisions Special parties and movements Church of England and other churches Sermons. Tracts. Addresses. Essays Controversial works Creeds and catechisms, etc. Liturgy and ritual Sacraments Government. Organization. Discipline Religious communities. Conventual life. Religious

22 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX6329 BX BX6333 BX6334 BX BX6337 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX7003 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX7556 BX BX BX societies Cathedrals, churches, etc. in England and Wales Biography Dissent and nonconformity Episcopal Church in Scotland Church of Ireland Church in Wales Church of England outside of Great Britain Anglican Church of Canada Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America Protestant Episcopal Church outside the United States Reformed Episcopal Church Other Protestant denominations Alphabetical; only larger denominations listed The subarrangement is essentially the same for each sect, the primary features being indicated by way of example under Baptists Adventists. Millerites Arminians. Remonstrants Baptists History. Local divisions Baptists and other churches Doctrine Sermons. Tracts Controversial works Creeds. Catechisms Service. Ritual. Liturgy Sacraments Government. Discipline Individual branches Individual Baptist churches Biography Catholic Apostolic Church. Irvingites Christadelphians. Brothers of Christ Christian Church See also Disciples of Christ Christian Reformed Church Christian Science Christian Union Church of God Churches of God Congregationalism Disciples of Christ. Campbellites Dowieism. Christian Catholic Church Evangelical and Reformed Church Evangelical United Brethren Church Free Congregations (Germany). Freie Gemeinden Friends. Society of Friends. Quakers German Baptist Brethren. Church of the Brethren. Dunkards

23 BX BX BX7990.H6-.H69 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX BX9675 BX BX BX BX BX BX BX9887 BX9889 BX BX9975 BX9980 BX9998 BX9999 German Evangelical Protestant Church of North America. Evangelical Protestant Church of North America German Evangelical Synod of North America Holiness churches Lutheran churches Mennonites Methodism Millennial Dawnists. Jehovah s Witnesses Moravian Church. United Brethren. Unitas Fratrum. Herrnhuters Mormons. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints New Jerusalem Church. New Church. Swedenborgianism Pentecostal churches Plymouth Brethren. Darbyites Presbyterianism. Calvinistic Methodism Puritanism Reformed or Calvinistic Churches River Brethren. Brethren in Christ Salvation Army Shakers. United Society of Believers. Millennial Church Unitarianism United Brethren in Christ. Church of the United Brethren in Christ United Church of Canada United Church of Christ United Evangelical Church United Missionary Church Unviersalism. Universalists Volunteers of America Walloon Church Other beliefs and movements akin to Christianity Independent churches, parishes, societies, etc.

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